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Program offers solar through low-rate loans

Program offers solar through low-rate loans

Mike Platania February 15, 2017 0

A Virginia company that recently entered the Richmond market is working with a nonprofit lender to provide affordable solar energy installations to small businesses

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New restaurant set for Main Street downtown

New restaurant set for Main Street downtown

J. Elias O'Neal February 14, 2017 0

Two brothers behind a busy Mexican restaurant in the Fan are set to bring a similar eatery to Richmond's central business district

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Architect, consultant list Monument home for $1.9M

Architect, consultant list Monument home for $1.9M

Jonathan Spiers February 14, 2017 0

A Monument Avenue mansion that once doubled as a doctor's office hit the market over the weekend

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Electrical supplier plugs in with local outpost

Electrical supplier plugs in with local outpost

Mike Platania February 14, 2017 0

Founded by a VCU grad and Army veteran, the NoVa-based company has found a niche in supplying for contractors working on Virginia college and university projects

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WestMark office complex sells for $45M

WestMark office complex sells for $45M

J. Elias O'Neal February 13, 2017 0

A pair of Innsbrook office buildings that have hosted some of Richmond's biggest corporate names has been picked up by a Salt Lake City real estate investment group

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Nonprofit welcomes next class of entrepreneurs

Nonprofit welcomes next class of entrepreneurs

Mike Platania February 13, 2017 1

This is UnBound RVA's third class of startups since the nonprofit was founded in

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Historic rehab tax credits face cap

Historic rehab tax credits face cap

Jonathan Spiers February 13, 2017 11

Developers pursuing higher-dollar rehabs of historic buildings will be limited this year in the amount of state tax credits they can receive for their projects

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Local bank cuts 24 jobs

Local bank cuts 24 jobs

Michael Schwartz February 10, 2017 1

As it moves toward a merger with a Northern Virginia peer, a Henrico-based bank disclosed this week that it has shed two dozen jobs in the last two months

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Liquor laws clear first hurdle in General Assembly

Liquor laws clear first hurdle in General Assembly

Mike Platania February 10, 2017 0

A pair of bills unanimously passed through the Virginia House and Senate to simplify the way distilleries sell bottles of their products at festivals and other events

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Opening set for ICA at Broad and Belvidere

Opening set for ICA at Broad and Belvidere

Mike Platania February 10, 2017 0

This fall, VCU will throw a party to unveil its new $41 million crown jewel

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